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2015-01-07CCSD2015-p.237

CCSD2015

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p.237

  • exert [v]
    1. If someone or something exerts influence or pressure on someone, they use their influence or but pressure on that person to do something.
    2. If you exert yourself, you make a phsycal or mental effort to do something.
  • exhaust [v]
    1. If something exhausts you, it makes you very tired.
    2. If a supply of something such as money or food is exhausted, it has all been spent or eaten.
    3. If you have exhausted a subject, you have talked about it so much that there is nothing more to say about it.
  • exhort [v]
    • If you exhort someone to do something, you try hard to persuade them to do it.

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    • p.220 --- embody, embrace, emerage
    • p.208 --- drought, drowsy
    • p.191 --- discord, discreet, discretion
    • p.149 --- corridor, corruption
    • p.150 --- countenance
    • p.105 --- chancellor, chapped
    • p.106 --- charade, charred, chase
    • p.107 --- chasm, chauffeur, chauvinism
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    • p.733 --- thrust, thud, thump
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